Meat Men

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By Rick Hemphill

The sizzle of cooking meat is unmistakable. Meat is so desirable and comforting to most Americans that, during a World War II USO radio show broadcast the GI's, overseas, requested that Bob Hope and Lana Turner place a microphone up to a frying steak, so that our servicemen and women could take comfort from the sound over the radio.

Dan's Restaurant & Tap House

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By Debra Cornwell

Since mid-June 2012, Dan & Charlotte Aufdem-Brinke have realized their dream of opening a popular dining and craft beer establishment. Simply called Dan's Restaurant & Tap House, the newly remodeled building on Boonsboro's Square is casual with stylish touches and is a great anchor for the square and the community. Their goal is to offer the best of local breweries, vineyards, and farms plus a taste of the world.

The Wok Zone

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The Unknown Eater

What's the real difference between the offerings of a "Chinese restaurant" and an "Asian gourmet"? This is the question implied by the menu of the Wok Zone, an up-andcoming purveyor of Asian cuisine in Winchester, Virginia. By definition, the word gourmet denotes the use of high-quality or exotic ingredients, and the innovators behind the Wok Zone, Sam and Gina Kim, work tirelessly to ensure the designation fits.

Taste of the Panhandle

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Eat, Drink, and Contribute to Great Causes

By Bonnie Williamson

Our Favorite Local Subs & Sandwiches

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The Wadsworth Whip

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By Rick Hemphill

Schmankerl Stube - Great Food and Great Service

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By Debra Cornwell

There is no bad time or wrong season to eat German food. However, during fall and winter, German cuisine particularly shines. It is hearty, warming, and comforting with a bit of zing. For 24 years and against all manner of tides in the ebb and flow of downtown Hagerstown economics, Schmankerl Stube is the little restaurant that could.

Flavorful Food at the Jamaican Cafe

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The Unknown Eater

Before you have even sampled any food, your senses are treated to a series of delights the instant you walk into the Jamaican Café, located at 171 Retail Commons Parkway in Martinsburg, West Virginia. The reggae music playing in the background is lively but not too loud. On the walls are posters of the king of reggae, Bob Marley. The warm, inviting, and sparkling clean interior with its wood floors the color of honey, the comfortable orange booths, and other various tables and chairs all seem to say, "Stay and sit a while. Enjoy the food! Enjoy each other's company!"

West Virginia Breeders Classics

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A Night at the Races, A Boost to the Local Economy

By Bethany Davidson

Our Favorite Local Non-Chain Pizza Parlors

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Brothers Pizza - Martinsburg, West Virginia

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